Home Highlight: An Open-Concept Custom Build in Redmond, Oregon

809 Northwest Rimrock Drive Redmond, OR 97756  - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - 2,026sq ft - $409,900

809 Northwest Rimrock Drive Redmond, OR 97756 - 3 bedrooms, 2 baths - 2,026sq ft - $409,900

This beautiful single level open concept home is located in Redmond's brand-new Canyon Rim Village neighborhood. We blended a modern design with Central Oregon's beautiful neutral color palette for a home that stands out in the neighborhood, but blends in with the scenery.

The first thing one notices about this home is its covered front porch area, numerous windows, and long driveway. 


We built an area at the main entrance to the home that's dedicated to lacing up boots on snowy days, and storing hiking/running shoes. This opens up into a spacious open-concept living room and kitchen space with tons of natural lighting.


The home's laminate wood flooring is more durable and long-lasting than real hardwood. The natural stone fireplace is a wonderful area for gathering, with pendant lighting marking the perfect spot for a dining area. The kitchen/living/dining area opens up to a covered porch to enjoy the gorgeous Central Oregon weather.


The kitchen is a chef's dream! With counter tops that seemingly go on forever, a gas stove, spacious pantry, a huge island, and plenty of cabinet space, it's designed for cooking delicious meals and entertaining . The custom tile back splash and recessed canned lighting are a couple of extra details to finish this custom kitchen.


We dedicated plenty of space to a luxurious master suite in this custom Redmond home. We added plush neutral-colored carpet to this room for a cozy feel, and a recessed ceiling. Plenty of windows add natural light and let in Central Oregon's beautiful blue skies.


We also added a walk-in closet to the master suite because there's never enough space for your clothes! 


Dual sinks and a luxurious spa-like shower set this custom bathroom apart! We added a space between the sinks for extra storage underneath and a few more feet of counter space.


We made sure to add a laundry/mud room between the garage and the rest of this home so future owners can get rid of any unwanted dirt/snow. Complete with a counter, a sink, and plenty of cabinet space, this room is a wonderful addition. Having a designated area for laundry can really make a huge difference!


See more of this Redmond home here: https://goo.gl/mWMw5H

Some of the Best Spaces in Your Home to Remodel

Remodeling can be a great option for someone who wants a fresh start without having to relocate or start over completely. Older homes are often full of character and memories that are hard to walk away from. In many cases, home remodeling is the perfect solution to update without uprooting. Remodels make homes feel and look new and fresh while simultaneously increasing the value of the home.

Keep in mind, the reason for your remodel does matter. If you're wanting to keep your home for at least another few years, your remodel should solely reflect your taste. If you're remodeling to resell, thinking about your return on investment is your best option. Either way, we're experts in our field and we can help guide you through the entire process!

Here are our top three picks for home remodels:

Kitchen Remodels


Kitchens are often the nucleus of a home. Kitchen remodels recently overtook bathroom remodels as the most commonly renovated room in American households. Fresh appliances, cabinets, flooring, and counter tops can make a world of difference in how your kitchen looks and feels. Whether your end goal is to add value to your home for resale, or make a dramatic change in order to freshen up and update your home for your own enjoyment, a kitchen remodel is our number one option.

Bathroom Remodels


Kitchen and bathroom remodels have a similarly high return on investment, and they're the two most popular rooms to renovate. Depending on the intensity of the renovation, bathrooms tend to have a quicker turn around time and often cost less than a kitchen renovation. Master bathroom additions are a popular project for older homes, as most house hunters expect a master suite when searching to buy. Who doesn't want a beautiful spa-like soaking tub or walk-in shower to enjoy after a hard day of work?




Additions to your home can get expensive, but it definitely can pay off. Adding on a second level to your home, finishing the basement underneath it, or adding onto the main floor are some great options to add value and square footage to your home. Additions are a safe bet because extra space never really goes out of style.

Have questions about renovations? Get in touch with our office for a quote!

Four Advantages of Choosing to Build A Custom Home

We get this question a lot: which is better, building or buying? It's often tough to answer because there really isn't one 'right' answer. Here are a few benefits to building a new home that you don't get with any other option:

1. You get to call the shots

A farmhouse sink? No problem. Custom drawer pulls, counter tops, and a floor plan that suits your needs? Perfect. It's all up to you! Whether it be a wrap-around western-facing porch to catch Central Oregon sunsets or a grand fireplace to cozy up next to on chilly winter nights, we've got you covered. When you build new, you won't have to make any design changes for a while.

2. You don't pay for what you don't want

Building a new home avoids paying a premium for updates that don't fit your needs! Expensive updates that may be perfect for someone else get tacked on to the overall price of the home. You could end up paying double: once for the updates that aren't your taste, and then again to make changes! 

3. You avoid renovation costs in the future

Buying an older home can be an great experience, however, the nightmarish stories of purchasing a home with unknown issues are very real. Older homes accumulate wear and tear over the years, and all too often these issues go unnoticed during the home inspection. Brand new builds ensure that you won't be fixing a leaky roof or replacing siding for a while.

4. Custom-built homes reflect you

Have you ever heard the theory that dogs and their owners look alike? Well, the same goes for custom homes. When it's designed by you, it won't literally look like you, but it's bound to take on your characteristics and reflect your style. The layout of an already-built home can be difficult and expensive to change. When you build your own, you get to make all of the decisions from the ground up.